Young Folks' History of Boston, Hezekiah Butterworth
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Hezekiah Butterworth

Young Folks' History of Boston

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“Young Folks' History of Boston” is one of Mr. Butterworth's best books. In addition to a most entertaining statement of the facts of the history of the “hub,” from its single hermit settler of 1623 to the late 19th century, it contains a large number of stories and legends, among which we note the quaint history of St. Botolph, founder of “ Old” Boston in England,the story of “Leif and Thorwold,” the Norwegian explorers, “Dorothy Hancock's Reception,” “ The Sad King,” and several poems.
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